Taking care of your teak chair is simple. If you like the beautiful gray oxidized look, you won’t need to do much. If the golden honey color is what you are wanting to showcase, then here are some steps to keep that gorgeous honey surface. Washing your chair with mild soap and water will remove any surface dirt or dust. Let the chair dry for 12-24 hours. If you are looking to get rid of the gray color that appears after time due to oxidation, you will need to lightly sand down the chair.
For instance, something like cedar will only need to be oiled about once a year. Some woods, especially the teak hardwood, requires almost no maintenance because it makes its own oils which function as well as, or better than, synthetic oils. The risk of over-oiling is the accumulation of unsightly black buildup.
First and foremost, you can count on a pleasant rocking experience when you sit in this particular type of chair. No one will argue that this is a soothing, relaxing pastime. Take a good book, a cup of tea on a cold winters day and spend a pleasant afternoon in your oak indoor rocking chair. Forget about the list of chores, the bills to pay and give yourself a mini break that you deserve. If you’re a knitter, this is a fabulous place to knit and rock as rocking and knitting together are the double whammy of relaxation.
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